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  FOX    KTVU Morning News    News; News/Business. New. (CC)  

    December 5, 2013
    6:00 - 7:01am PST  

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. we are here where an apartment complex caught fire and hear from the tenants next. we are live in danville where it is 23 degrees right now, we will tell you how long the freeze warn dash freeze warning will be -- freeze warning will be in effect. >> also, we have new information about their injuries. take a look at the surveillance video, we are trying to catch a burglar. good morning, welcome back, we are live at the scene of a fire in san leandro, this is a
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photo and you can see a large response from firefighters, 50 people are out of their homes and we will hear from some of those people in just a moment as we take you back out to the scene in just a moment. >> good morning, i am dave clark. >> everybody has their smart phone and she said 30 degrees and said this is unacceptable. i am just a messenger for crying out loud. a few north bay, a lot of 20s, i mean low, 20s, sunny and chilly by noon and sunny and upper 40s by this afternoon and it will be a very brisk day and even with the sunshine it will not be, who are rest view palo
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alto, that is cold for some and in the heights and san francisco. 19 and there you go, that is a record, that is is record, 22 walnut creek, san jose, we are waiting for them to hit 29, that would tie a record, and a freeze warning will kick in again tonight and tomorrow. it will be cold again and tomorrow we will get a quick shot of rain. some upper 40s, possible record lows and very low 50s 50s's. let's take a look at some of these pictures, still some slow traffic in orinda and it is filtering back to lafayette but again nothing out of the ordinary if you are driving towards oakland. this morning's commute will be filling in at the bay bridge toll plaza and the metering
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lights are long if you make it pass pad and going off the roadway, janine de la vega will be reporting live from the scene and tell us about the cleanup process in just a minute as we move over, southbound 880, there was a crash on the shoulder there, 480 coming off the area. crews are on the scene of an apartment fire in san leandro, brian flores is on the scene to tell us about the number of people who are now out of their homes and brian, we are hearing somebody may have been injured in this fire. >> reporter: good morning. alameda county and you can
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see 'hour ago and as you heard, and 50 may have been displaced from their apartment fire. >> reporter: this is the chateau blue apartments on the 2100 block of blank croft in dark bancroft in san leandro. we understand this started on the first floor and what we heard where the fires started all ever a sudden, the fire came out from that bathroom area and hear what he has to say. >> when i opened my door to the bathroom, the fire came out and i just closed the door and take my family out. >> reporter: he lives with his wife and two young boys in that
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apartment complex. >> 2 engines and 2 trucks, you can see many are still here looking for hot spots and first and second floors were evacuated. many of them were area and the residents are also unclear and they are here just incase they need the help. brian flores, ktvu channel 2 morning news. the investigation goes on into this morning's big-rig crash along a freeway. right now the freeway is open but the cleanup continues. janine de la vega joins us live from san jose, show us the mess and tell us what the driver is saying, good morning janine
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[inaudible] >> we obviously have a technical problem, janine, can you hear me now? >> can you hear me now? >> sorry about that. >>reporter: i want to explain where i am at. i am in the southbound lanes where there is a construction site. it happened right here in the does very leave. now the driver of the big-rig told california highway patrol that he thinks he may have fallen asleep. it appears he was traveling 55 miles per hour when he crashed into account. rail. all lanes are open now and
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field sobriety tests wash sobriety testswere performed and alcohol and drugs were not a factor. >> he lost 3 axles on his tractor and the results could have been worse. >> the big-rig was carrying pet food and. >> reporter: caltrans says the cleanup should take an hour or two and chp says it may be a visual distraction once it gets light outside but curious drivers are looking at it and they are hoping it will get towed pack out here live and because the action sells are -- action sells are broken dark
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axels are broken they are having a tough time doing it. this could take some time. janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. we'll see record cold temperatures today. tara moriarty is out in the cold again this morning in danville and people are headed to the coffee shops to warm up. >> when it is this cold, the only place you will find signs of life are a coffee shop and folks have been going in there and there is ice in the parking lot because the spring letters went -- sprinklers went on last night and everything froze. they are in a warning until 5:00 friday morning and people
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in the coffee shop have noticed a change. >> there is barely anything and many people are waiting and small pets and people are advised to stay indoors. we have reports of black ice in just a bit and there is a chance of showers and we could see snow at higher elevations and we will tell you where the coldest spot in the bay area will be. >> in colorado tell use it. teach just told me, it was 15 below -- it was 15 below there now. people are being asked to stay
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off the roads, don't go out to buy a christmas tree. the town even canceled its holiday parade which normally attracts, thousands of people. >> his screwed news, 100 inches have fallen since the weather started. >> and including alerts and warnings, there are also forecasts for your very own neighborhood. also new, two people have been rushed to the hospital after an early morning fire. when two people were found unshun shows and they were rushed in critical condition to the hospital. >> she looked so frail and they held her and put her on the stretcher. >> claudine wong has been at
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the scene in our next half hour. from stockton, we told you about this, a little while ago, they chased down a homicide suspect from from the area again, they have closed down a road in stockton which has been closed for the last several hours. they had no choice but to shoot and when the pursuit ended, the suspect pointed a knife at them. and he broke familiar a police officer's car. a man stole his badge. and they are worried somebody stole the badge in order to go out and impersonate a police officer. if you think you have been stopped by somebody
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impersonating a police officer call 911. there have been reforms made on the fatal shooting of oscar grant. patrick oliver is conducting the review at the fruitville station and he was later found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. they will meet to discuss a contract crisis, bart's two biggest unions have filed a lawsuit against the transit agency and it claims they broke the law when they approved a contract without a key provision. the board was legally obligated to either accept or reject a
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total contract, but, the board can also tore and it happened during rush hour. find out what is being blamed for the problem and that story is coming up at 6:35. and they are saying they owe them. and however they say if they do that, there will be higher company costs and fewer jobs. they will stage protests 11:30 this morning and at 4:00 this afternoon in oakland. dozens of whales are stranded in shallow water and they are stuck in the florida
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everglades. they are trying to coming to to help his family. and if you look at 880 westbound am and there is a new injuries traffic. >> teens and 20s and what about those low snow levels for friday night and i will have all the details on all of those coming up. [ male announcer ] december is customer appreciation month at subway. we're saying thanks with two of your favorite six inch subs. the six-inch cold cut combo, or the six-inch meatball marinara, built fresh from the bread up for just $2 each all december long. subway. eat fresh.
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. florida's hope is fading for dozens of whales are dying. wildlife experts are baffled. >> they are hurting animals and they want to stay together, once one is ill they want to stay with it. >> they don't know why the whales headed for shallow water. >> almost 2 dozen pilot whales were stranded on the coast and 20 more beached themselves last year. they will announce a program to cut inn if i costs. the program uses a battery system with tesla motors and they store the electricity.
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and many are paying for power when demand is at its highest level. president barack obama is ordering the federal government to nearly triple its renewable sources for 20/20. they will boost economic sources which provide thousands of jobs. it will be paid in mexico and was postponed pause stroke started pouring into the arena. they filled the arena with smoke and this happened 45 minutes before the game was due to start and now family will be played at a later date. new crash on the i am nimitz and this crash is
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involving as many as 5 cars blocking the lanes and you can see the road sensors are already beginning to slow down as you head down to fremont and this crash at whipple is blocking lanes and i want to mention, this traffic will be slow passed the scene, if you drive on 880, you need this and this might actually help you. metering lights went on just before 6:00 and traffic is backed up for a delay at the toll plaza. let's go to steve. 30 in the mission. >> 30 degrees? >> yes, 34 coal valley and we have to already tied a record
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low and this will not be there and we could set some fax mum low -- maximum low temperatures and they are starting off with lows for the next 10 days, go to 1972, i was here but not here. napa is 26 and they have blown passed that, san fran, we have side a record close although there are readings that are colder this that 21, mill valley 27, san bruno 29, some locationels are still holding around the 30s and there are
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plenty of 20s or teens. san jose 30s, 19 at the napa airport, 23 novato and it takes us to 9:00 and it will come back in tomorrow. there is only a little breeze and that's the only thing holding up the temperatures and 14 degrees in lake county. upper 40s and it will not be that warm today, 46, fairfield 48, vacaville 48, upper 40s, antioch brentwood livermore, 50s closer to the bay, 52 alameda, 52 santa cruz, morgan
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hill, loss got a -- lot got toss, we will take it back to dry, sunny but cold. if you want to look at the ad, you are out of luck during the super bowl. they already bought the entire inventory and the super bowl's commerce and the game is being played in new york. >> they are offering 1 thousands of them for the holiday system and last year they made with $450, only on
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the luxury website they have recovered stolen radioactive material, what will happen to the thieves that opened the box and are now exposed to it? and merry christmas, despite the passage of a state law, we will explain. a subaru...
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. welcome back, it is 6:25. they are the proud parents of identical triplets. they gave birth to three identical baby girls and they conceived them without the help of fertility drugs and having trip pits is 1 in 20 million. they are forbidden to say merry christmas, they were sent home rules from school no reference to christmas could be made. they cannot wish each other a merry christmas or happy
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hanukkah. >> why can't it be a holiday party and skill over it and go to winter. >> it is harder and they are reminding school districts about the new rule but they don't plan to change the rules and a holiday party and each child will receive a wrapped gift and experts will have attendants and be marked on behavior as well. following news, a person is gunned down in libya and what we are learning about a new attack in benghazi. at least 50 residents have been displaced after an early
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morning am apartment counter. and we have more on whether or no, whether or not this hits very low snow levels, coming up. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no.
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. welcome back to ktvu channel 2 morning news, there is the live opening bell and we do have some good economic news coming in just a moment ago. the u.s. economy grew faster than expected in the third quarter and that's some good news. jobless claims are down, layoffs slow and unfortunately as we head to the holidays, a lot people end up losing their
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jobs and it may not be as bad as we have seen in past years. we will keep an on eye things. >> thank you for joining us on the morning ktvu channel 2 morning news news. >> i am pam cook, let's check with steve paulson on the forecast. cold, cold forecast. 11 degrees and napa has set a record already, the one coming in 30 degrees oakland tied at 35, livermore does not look like they will set a record, and walnut creek, west of let loom, a lot of 30s and it is bitterly cold out there.
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tomorrow it will be cold, records there has been a bun 15 set. very low 50s, here is sal. we do have some slow traffic out there and i want to mention we have a crash on whipple which is blocking lanes and traffic is backed all the way to san leandro so please give yourself extra time and it will be slow as you drive through. southbound 101, let's go show you live picture and this morning a drive is already slow
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not only in bay point, let's go back to the desk. we continue with the breaking news we started with, an apartment building in san leandro caught fire forcing dozens to evacuate their homes in the middle of the night. investigators may have pinpointed what happened. we are hoping to get more finding about residents who have been displaced at least 50 have been displaced on bancroft avenue. this fire from overhearing started on the first floor of this four story apartment complex and from what we understand from the homeowner or from the tenant we spoke with, they were still heard and
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there were flames coming out from that bathroom. the and it isup clear as tonight as to how this started and it is unclear if it has spread to other units. this man said he was scared for his life. >> when up came into my bed and opened the door to my bathroom, the fire came out. came out and i just closed the door again and take my family out. and he said he was knocking on his neighbors doors trying to get them out as well. this is bancroft in san leandro and you are seeing many of the
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fire crews, they are wrapped in blankets and we are getting something to eat at the cafeteria high school and there have been one reported injury and live -- live here in san leandro, ktvu channel 2 morning news brian flores. claudine wong just spoke with two of the firefighters who pulled victims to safety and you know more about the rescue, claudine? >> reporter: that's right, this rescue happened because a lot of things worked together, they alerted firefighters when they got here. this is called a them r
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familiar images and this is how sensitive it is. and you can actually still see his hand print on and this is what happen happened? >> it looked like a black curtain in front of the door. i went in just in front of my firefighter and went in scanned the room made a left-hand turn and i was able to tell where the fire was located. about the time i opened the door i got a report on scene from the battalion chief there was possibly two people inside the residents and as i objected -- observed -- opened the door,
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she was found, moaning groaning a little bit, stated she needed help but she was conscious and sort of gasping for air so i scooped her up and brought her outside. >> she was taken to the hospital as was her husband as well. >> they are being -- that dog was also saved and unconscious and they saved him and now that dog is at the animal hospital being treated. this is the living room area where the fire started and it spread to the kitchen area. they are on the opposite end of the house and they described they had to get out.
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live near venetia claudine wong ktvu channel 2 morning news. channel 2 reporter tara moriarty, in danville, there is a freeze warning in effect, you have shown us some ice, how cold is it there now tara? >> well, look at my breath. >> reporter: this is not even the coldest spot and steve said, napa shattered the old record and it is unbelievable. it watered this bush and the business has been hopping and folks are grabbing hot coffee and tea. freeze warning is in effect for most of the bay area.
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oop and it is impossible to get warm, each enough jackets to get and we have some reports of black ice on the road and san francisco is the only place spared from this black ice. live in danville, tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 morning news. well, it may seem cold to us in the bay area but to keep it in to perspective, this is minnesota. a storm blowing a cross in the sickel digits. state troopers are expected to
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get that and there is also a forecast for your neighborhood. and we are still following developing news in libya. an american teacher walls shot in benghazi as he was out jogging. officials say he was teaching chemistry at benghazizy's and the others were shot. and outgoing, chuck reid, candidates can start racing and spending money 180 days away from the june primary. there are 6 major candidates and you can take a look at the names on your screen right
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here. public safety. and the other candidates, all current city council members supported reid's pension reform measure. it is now 6:40, many passwords were hacked and what is the thing most people made. a teen is being remembered. traffic on the east shore freeway. record lows are many, mountain view,. uma is am looking like very low -- what is looking like very low snow levels early saturday morning, we will have more on your forecast coming up.
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. welcome back, grieve counselors will be there for students after a sudden unexpected death of a student after being hit by a car. we will have more on the high number of pedestrian deaths janine? >> reporter: we are here at the corner of vista park drive and you can see there has been a make-shift memorial with candles and flowers set up in
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the spot where anthony garcia was killed while riding a bike. this has been the biggest that they have handled. anthony garcia is now trying to raise money for the funeral where the teen was a student. everybody reported him and he died after being hit by a car while riding his bike. that accident is still being investigated and it is the 25 25th accident and the 40th fatality since january. police are concerned about this and are not sure what is causing this. they are reminding people to slow down especially those in
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dark clothing. his classmates will be getting more, reporting live from janine della vague. they are blaming them for the berkeley hills tunnel. it is a story they first reported on mornings on 2. emergency breaks locked up filling the train cars with fumes. they had to go for medical help after being stuck on board for over an hour. >> now it only happens very rarely but unfortunate it happened today. >> the chief officer said it will take at least a day to figure out what led to the short. >> they are looking at a
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possible kidnapping attempt. >> they are hoping somebody will recognize the man and woman you see in this video and give police some information. testimony happened and they saw the man and woman fighting over a bag and the man pulled her away. this could have been a kidnapping but police say it also could have been an argument between family members. he stole a truck earlier this week and the radio act city of and now truck has been recovered along with that radioactive material. authorities say anybody who came into contact with that radio active material could die with in day.
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and they are saying it is a 15 year deal with a company that does have ties to the school. and they have paid off a $15 million renovation. and we have more with torii for what is coming up on mornings on 2. good morning torii. we will be keeping a close eye on the thermometer and see when it is inching up and we have a couple of house fires in the bay area. also fall out with the shooting of a 13-year-old boy with a fake gun in petaluma, what every officers will soon have
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to wear this is an accused quarterback for the nation's college football team. those stories coming up on mornings on it, now back to you and the news. let's bring sal back, you are watching highway 24 and everything else? >> yes, that's right, highway 24 is getting a little busier and you are driving through and it is super cold. over are of course, let's move along about the bay bridge toll plaza and we are looking at the area, northbound 280, 101 and that traffic is moving along very nicely, let's go to steve.
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thanks, sal, everybody has been sending me twitter information and we have a couple, sunny but upper 40s and even with the sunshine, a lot of brutally cold temperatures here and it is so cold my computer is not moving. and west of petaluma, i do hope they are changing it, very good, john, very good, and they have tied a low of 31 degrees and i'm sorry i can't get them all in here as far as the 19, 37 fso san bruno, walnut creek,
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21 in bruno livermore and i look to be even colder. and there are a bunch much teens and it is coming in overnight friday night into and we have very low 50s and it's going to be one much those brisk days and a lot of people like this weather. 40s and 50s, we have something to talk about and redwood city 49 and we cloud it up friday night, overnight friday into saturday, some rain with low snow levels, monday cold, dry as well. 6:51, time now the nsa
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surveillance program may be affecting president barack obama, why he is not allowed to have an iphone. the mystery may be solved, who is leaving thousands of dollars in tips all over the country. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh.
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oar. >> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news, we have a live look at the big board,
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dow jones industrial average is down 32 points and s&p 500 is down, tiffanies and coals are shall shall shall -- cole is up. and they have more on the largest cell phone network and apple is not commenting but they are linking up with china mobile. they say it could start this month and another report this morning said they are giving relief to struggling homeowners. failed and they are not telling them about any mixing documents. we are finding out about a
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missing worldwide data breach where facebook twitter and yahoo users have had their passwords stolen. security experts say mall wear all over the world has been stealing passwords and sending them to somebody. it keeps a record of everything people type into their computers and one of the biggest problems, they use the same password to everything. another lead document by edward snowed den is tracking the location of know forms and it is 500 billion a day. the collected information is looking for a pattern of behavior among terror suspects.
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president barack obama is not allowed to have an iphone and nobody is giving details but security is worried that phone could easily reveal where the president is. they are a favorite of nhl. he does have something. and they are -- he does have a blackberry. and the valley was block said the mystery tipper is jack shelby. they say he is behind tips for jesus and it shows restaurant bills and it is from 5,000 to
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10,000. the earl and they want information on how it may have started. and most of the bay area is under a freeze warning and we will continue our live team coverage, stay with us.
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>> reporter: we're live in san leandro where an early-morning at fire displaces about 75 residents. a. >> reporter: we're live in danville where a freeze warning is in effect. we'll tell you how cold it is and how long the cold snap is expected to last. a deadly police shooting in stockton. how this case has direct ties to the bay area. "mornings on 2" starts now. welcome to "mornings on 2," live pictures from san leandro, where 50 people are out of their homes this morning after an apartment fire. investigators are trying to pinpoint the cause right now. you can see some of those people having to move out with some of their belongings. how the community is stepping up to help those residents. good